Laramie Crocker plays his song 'Cargo' written in response to the banned images of coffins coming back from Iraq that slipped out of the stranglehold that the Bush administration has over the media. He played 'Cargo' in Sheboygan WI on Mar 16 at an Peace Justice and anti-war event put on by the Sheboygan Peaceseekers and Veterans for Peace Sheboygan. Special thanks to Phyllis Bergquist. also see www.laramiecrocker.com 5 minutes Topics: Laramie Crocker, Cargo, Iraq War
A rock and roll news reel on the Iraq War, propaganda, and the Bush aministration. Honest news with a beat you can dance to. I give it a 98. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Propaganda, Bush, Iraq, weapons of mass destruction, truth.
As Americans wait in anticipation to see how the dawn of a new Iraq will unfold, many questions of the war, and life under Saddam, remain unanswered. Imagine being able to call up an old friend and ask these very questions, directly, honestly, with no hesitation. This is what happened in early May when DCTV and Chat the Planet brought together the youth of the critically acclaimed Bridge to Baghdad to speak again for the first time since the bombs fell. Topics: Iraq, Baghdad, Chat the Planet, Bridge, youth
After years of fighting in the Middle East, young Americans and Jordanians sit down to discuss how war has torn apart their people. Jordan is surrounded by war, but hasnt been directly involved in the extreme conflicts. The United States on the other hand is geographically far from the many wars it fights. The groups bring up emotional stories of a grandmother being shot by Israeli soldiers leaving nine children to live in the harsh conditions of a Palestinian refugee camp, and on the other... Topics: chat the planet, youth, jordan, war
Col. Ogden Jones returns to talk about Bush's folly in Iraq and the devistating cost in live with NO timetable to get our of that Country. Topics: Critical Issues, Alternative Views, Iraq, Bush, Incompetence, Kalamazoo, Michigan
The panel discusses the new attempts by this administration to enter into a war with Iran and the stupidity of such a folly. Also was the announcement that on May 16, Cindy Sheehan will be visiting Critical Issues. Topics: Critical Issues, Critical Issues Alternative Views, Cindy Sheehan, Iran, Iraq, Bush, Folly Source: Digital Tape
WikiLeaks, a website that publishes anonymously sourced documents, has released a video showing what apparently is a US military helicopter firing at unarmed civilians in Iraq. WikiLeaks said the footage, filmed from a helicopter cockpit, shows a missile strike and shooting on a square in a Baghdad neighborhood in July 2007. The website said 12 civilians were killed in the attack, including two journalists, Namir Nour El Deen and Saeed Chmagh, who worked for the Reuters news agency. This is the... Topics: Chmagh Saeed, Deen Namir Nour El, Iraq, Wikileaks
Tao Ruspoli interviews Patrick Cockburn (pronounced kÅbÉËn) (born March 5, 1951) is an Irish journalist who has been a Middle East correspondent since 1979 for the Financial Times and the Independent . Among the most experienced commentators on Iraq, he was one of the few journalists to remain in Baghdad during the first Gulf War. He is based in Jerusalem as a correspondent for the Independent, and has been filing reports on the war in Iraq. He has consistently displayed a pessimistic...